Live Review – Machine Head at The Roundhouse, Camden (19/05/2018)

It is a Saturday, the sun is shining, royals are getting married, the FA Cup final is taking place at Wembley but more importantly, Machine Head are in town. Playing their 2nd night at The Roundhouse, Camden, excited fans litter the pubs of London sinking beers in the sun in preparation for an epic night of metal.

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Album Review – Make Them Bleed by Terror Universal (Minus Head Records)

American super group, of sorts, and horror metal band Terror Universal have released their debut full length album. That album is called Make Them Bleed. It was released on the 19th of January via Minus Head Records.

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Album Review: Machine Head – Catharsis (Nuclear Blast)

Machine Head return with their ninth studio album entitled Catharsis via Nuclear Blast. An album that has divided metal fans around the world. So how does it stack up?

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Single Slam – Kaleidoscope by Machine Head (Catharsis)

Today is a good day. Machine Head have released a new single called Kaleidoscope. Kaleidoscope will feature on Machine Head’s, soon to be released album, Catharsis. Catharsis is due to drop on the 26th of January via Nuclear Blast.

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Single Slam – Bastards by Machine Head (Catharsis)

Metal giants, Machine Head, have released the third single from their new album, due out on the 26th of January. The single is called Bastards and it will feature on the album Catharsis which will be released via Nuclear Blast.

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Single Slam – Catharsis by Machine Head (Catharsis)

Machine Head, have released the title track of the new album, Catharsis. Catharsis is due out on the 26th of January, 2018 via Nuclear Blast.

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Single Slam – Beyond the Pale by Machine Head (Catharsis)

Machine Head, have just released the first single from their new album called Beyond the Pale which will feature on the album, Catharsis.

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Album Review: Machine Head – The More Things Change (Roadrunner Records)

Looking back at past albums can leave you feeling more than a little old and this is one of those

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